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If you’ve never given much thought to different resume formats, chances are that your resume is currently in the chronological format (sample below). This is the most commonly used type. It lists your work history in reverse chronological order (with your most recent work history listed at the top).


Download the chronological resume template (compatible with Google Docs and Word Online) or read the example below.


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Chronological Resume Example (Text Version)


Jennifer Elliot 1890 Grant Street Cleveland, OH 44109 555-123-1234 j.elliot@email.com


Career Summary


Analytical and detail-oriented legal professional leveraging recent JD training and 6 years of law office experience to excel as a Junior Associate Attorney with an established law firm. Well-versed in federal, state, and municipal court filing processes, rules, and deadlines, with direct experience in commercial litigation and specialized training in e-Discovery methodologies. Unparalleled multitasking and time management skills, deftly managing heavy caseloads from initial client intake through all phases of discovery, drafting, pretrial, trial, and appeal.


Professional Experience


US District Court, Cleveland, OH Law Clerk Intern, 2018-Present


- Serve as Law Clerk to the Chief Judge of the US District Court for the Northern District of Ohio.


-Perform legal research; draft bench orders, opinions, and memos, carefully verifying accuracy of all citations.


- Communicate with counsel to confirm deadlines and address case management issues.


- Use advanced verbal and written Spanish skills as court translator when warranted.


Hatchett, Garner, and Winn Attorneys, Cleveland, OH Paralegal, 2012-2018


Skillfully managed caseload of ~70 ongoing cases for national law firm specializing in commercial litigation. Scheduled and facilitated client interviews, performed legal research, prepared documents and exhibits for trial, and ensured timely submission of all pleadings and court filings.


-Proactively earned Certified E-Discovery Specialist certification from ACEDS.


- Researched, acquired, and trained firm’s attorneys in use of Symantec eDiscovery Platform.


- Entrusted by senior partners to prepare firm records for inspection during IT and cybersecurity audits.


- Served as Vice President of regional paralegal association (2014 to 2016).


Education and Credentials


Juris Doctor (JD), anticipated 2019 Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland, OH


Associate of Applied Business in Paralegal-Legal Assisting, 2012 Rhodes State College, Lima, OH


Certified E-Discovery Specialist (ACEDS), 2016


Technical Proficiencies: Microsoft Office Suite, LexisNexis Concordance, Symantec eDiscovery Platform, Westlaw, MyCase Legal Practice Management Software, Clio, and Photoshop.



When creating a resume as a college student, you need to emphasize not only your work history but also your education. You can also demonstrate your skills and abilities by including volunteer work and other extracurricular activities.

The following is a sample resume for a college student including education, work and internship experience, awards, and achievements.


Tips for Writing a College Resume


Read below for tips on how to write a strong college resume.


- Focus on education. Emphasize your academic history. Along with the name of your school and degree, include any achievements, such as a high gpa or any academic awards. If you have taken courses related to the job you’re applying for, list those as well.


- Include relevant jobs. Think about the skills and experiences required of the job you want. Include any jobs where you developed these qualities. Even if your work experiences aren’t directly related, think of ways to highlight experiences you had that are relevant to the job you want. For example, you might include a former job as a cashier if it helped you develop customer service or leadership skills.


- Include extracurricular activities. Because you likely have limited work experience, emphasize any non-work activities. These might include clubs, sports, babysitting, volunteer work, or community service. All of these activities can show your skills and abilities.


- Include leadership experience. Have you held a position in a club, or been a captain on a sports team? Have you had any leadership responsibilities at your previous jobs? Be sure to list these experiences, as they show your ability to lead a team.


- Use action verbs. Action verbs help show your responsibility. When describing your achievements, use action words. Words like led, researched and created to portray your experiences in an energetic way.


- Quantify when possible. Whenever possible, include numbers to show your achievements. For example, you might say that you worked the cash register at a store that managed $10,000 daily, or that you helped 50 - 100 customers daily at your retail job.


- Edit, edit, edit. Proofread your resume carefully before submitting it. A clean, error-free resume will make you look professional. Ask a friend or family member to read the resume for you as well.


- Use a resume example. Use a resume example or template to guide your own writing. A resume example can help you decide what kind of content to include, as well as how to format your resume. However, be sure to tailor a resume example to fit your own experiences, and the job you are applying for.

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